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  • First Nations, Métis and Inuit Youth Council, National Association of Friendship Centres - discusses and identifies youth priority issues, including stay in school initiatives, healing and wellness, suicide, preserving culture and heritage, cross cultural awareness, homelessness, youth leadership, employment and training, youth involvement at all levels of the Friendship Centre Movement, and youth involvement in the decision-making processes of the Movement.
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  • Assembly of First Nations National Chief’s Virtual Summit on Post-Secondary Education, 2011
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  • Canadian Alliance of Student Associations
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  • Canadian Federation of Students, National First Nations, Métis and Inuit Caucus
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  • A Student’s Success Story: My Experiences with Post-Secondary Education by Tara Marttinen
  • Family to Family, Summer 2002, Issue No. 5
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  • ISPAYIN – Métis Youth Website – health promotion, events and opportunities, blog, social media, culture, fast facts, Michif language, resources, DVD and Discussion Guide, Métis Centre, National First Nations, Métis and Inuit Health Organization
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  • National Youth Council, Assembly of First Nations – Mission - ‘Voices in Unity – Voices from the Community’, Vision - We as community members and indigenous citizens united in exercising our inherent rights, strive to influence the direction of the Assembly of First Nations through advocacy, equality and working with all levels of Leadership, in creating opportunities for personal development and empowerment for the future of all generations.
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  • Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance
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  • Say Magazine – largest national magazine for and about Native youth
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  • Shielded Minds (film) –a spring break journey across the Canadian Shield brought First Nations, Métis and Inuit and non-First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth face to face with a native Canada of strength and struggle – a vehicle for reconciliation and identity building
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  • Shout – Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit Youth Magazine – gives First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth a strong voice by providing stories written by and about First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth
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c/o Ontario Native Education Counselling
Association P.O. Box 220, 37 A Reserve Road,
Naughton, Ontario P0M 2M0

Phone: 705-692-2999 Fax: 705-692-9998
Email: oneca@oneca.com